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Dick "angry" kills its owner and the police are afraid of other victims

2020-01-26T03:55:04.447Z

In a strange incident of its kind, an Indian man was killed after being subjected to a violent attack and a rare occurrence by a fierce and angry rooster who trained his owner to participate in the turf battles fighting the roosters spread in India for bets, in love with the "Post Mail" and the transfer of the German "Deutsche Villa" website from A police spokesman



In a strange incident of its kind, an Indian man was killed after being subjected to a violent attack and a rare occurrence by a fierce and angry rooster who was trained by its owner to participate in the roosters fighting in India for bets, with the love of "The Post Mail"

The German "Deutsche Villa" website quoted a spokesman for the local police in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh as saying that the man died after seriously injuring his neck, after the "angry" cock attacked his sharp claws and beak on the owner's neck, which bled a lot of blood.

The fiftieth man was quickly transferred to the hospital in order to save his life, but the doctors failed to do this because the man was seriously injured, in addition to that the rooster attack shocked him and also caused a heart attack ..

The police officer said: "It is a tragic incident, but the violent rooster was a trainer to fight, and the rooster managed to escape while the police were searching for him for fear that he would attack others.

It is noteworthy that the struggle of roosters has been illegal in India since 1960, but some owners of these animals still do so, as it is among the common means of entertainment and gambling

Source: emara

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